Innovative Companies Use Split
Learn how these companies are using Split to make smarter product decisions.
thredUP is the world’s largest online consignment store, a massive web app with hundreds of thousands of visitors a day. Split gives them the power to target customized deals directly to portions of their audience, test new features with internal teammates, and make changes on the fly when there is a problem.
Main Street Hub connects local business owners with their customers and community, providing social media and marketing services that let busy proprietors focus on what they know best—their business. Adopting Split allowed them to embrace a controlled rollout process, targeting new features to test groups of users before rolling them out to everyone, and gathering valuable usage data that’s changing the decision-making culture at one of Austin’s fastest-growing companies.
“Split’s full-stack experimentation platform has been built with engineering and product teams in mind. It’s robust architecture and rich feature set integrates into our internal platforms and helps power experimentation across our entire engineering organization.”Laura Schaffer, Product Manager
“Without Split, rollbacks could take a couple hours to a day. And after that, there might still be a lot of code cleanup. Split helped us increase our engineering velocity and code stability.”Drew Newberry, Senior Software Engineering Manager
“We don’t like to spend time doing things that aren’tChris Conrad, VP Engineering
our core competency. Why maintain a feature flagging system,
build and maintain its UI, or monitor its performance? Split does what we need it to do, and any engineer in the company can use it.”
“We wanted something that was easy to work with,Dan DeMeyere, VP Engineering
developer friendly, had an intuitive UI, and had everything
we needed from a data standpoint. Split just had
everything we needed out of the box.”
“Split’s controlled release capability provides us a non-disruptiveQingqing Ouyang, SVP Engineering
and dynamic way to ship features for testing and deployment.
More importantly, it provides the data we need to quickly iterate on
our product features in an informed manner.”